Sending Money on Blockchain. Ubricoin Summit by J.J

Hello and welcome.

My name is Jane Jeremiah and today i am here to invite you to the Ubricoin Summit, a deep dive into the world of modern money cryptocurrency and crypto-economics.

This event will take place at Leleshwa Getaway which is on Glass Lane, Nairobi on the Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 8am to 4pm East African Time (EAT).

Why must you be present at this summit?

At the summit we shall discuss about Blockchain.

What is Blockchain?

Block chain is a technology that enables movement of digital assets such as Ubricoin (Waruingi, 2018).

One of the problems that blockchain will solve is that of money transfer. Today, if a person A in United States wants to send money to person B in Kenya, he/she has to go to a trusted third party, say a bank. Person A in United States will deposit the money with the trusted third party, who in turn will identify and validate person B in Kenya. The trusted third party will then move the money to person B, after taking a fee. The process may take three or more days, sometimes a week.


Figure 1. Tradition method of moving money

Blockchain enables transfer of money without trusted third partywithout delay and without fees (Figure 2). Blockchain enables people to move money directly to one another. Nakamoto (2008) referred to this method as peer-to-peer.

Figure 2. Moving money on the blockchain

In a nutshell, blockchain moves money faster than three days. Indeed, it moves money immediately.

Moving money on blockchain is cheaper; there is no third party collecting fees.

Come learn and know how we are doing it.

You cannot afford to miss this!!

Make a date with us!

Again September 21, and 22nd 2018.

The Venue is at Leleshwa Getaway

Karibu sana!


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My name is Naomi Ng’endo Thotho. I would like to invite you to the Ubricoin Summit where we will take a deep dive into the world of modern money cryptocurrency and crypto economics. The event will take place on Friday, September 21, and Saturday, September 22, from 8am to 4pm. The venue of the summit is Leleshwa Getaway, Glass Lane, Nairobi.



Soko Janja is an online retail store created to market Kenyan local products to the world.

Soko Janja was developed is to help create market to put money in manufacturers pocket so that they may be able to pay for their health services.

About 1 billion Ubricoins have been put in place to support Soko Janja. Holders of Ubricoin purchasing locally produced products and services in Soko Janja will receive the services and products at a discount. They will also receive loyalty points for shopping in Soko Janja.

Points received will be used to access more products, produce and services in the Ubrica ecosystem such as shopping at Soko Janja, access to health services in the Ubrica Retail Clinical Centres (URCCs), and the Biomedical Industrial City (BMIC).


Exciting, I know! So make sure you are at the Ubrica Summit to learn more about this on 21 and 22 September this year at the Leleshwa Getaway Glass Lane. Take care and I look forward to seeing you there.



Health: Are we really progressing?

August 27, 2018 by Jane M. Jeremiah

According to WHO principal constitution of 1948, health is a state of complete physical (body), mental (mind) and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

In Europe, health during the middle ages was poor. Lack of sanitation, running water, poor living conditions and poor diet led to many suffering for both the wealthy and the poor people. Sicknesses like anemia was common, hence mortality rates following illness were high. You can still observe this happening in the developing countries.

To achieve good health, you must know what to do. How?

The state of complete physical health (body)

You must give careful attention to your body ensuring it is kept clean. You are responsible in keeping your hands clean all the time, cleaning your full body well with soap and water thus exercising hygiene. You do not necessarily have to use expensive soaps; you can use any soap cheaply available or choose an expensive one. Whenever your exposed to the environment, you easily collect dust which you are un-aware off as you do your day to day activities. This dust clings all over your hands and body. If you will be able to view your body under the microscope you will be surprised how much germs your body has collected.

For the body to stay healthy, what you take in should be put into consideration. Eating healthy foods full of balanced diet, fruits and drinking clean water, will keep away diseases that are mostly brought by lack of proper nutrition in the body. Proper intake of meals gives you energy, proper functionality and right thinking.

The State of Complete Mental Health (Mind)

It is important for your mind to be in good state. This means you do not overwork it, but it should not be passive as well. For your mind to be active and think proper thoughts, you need rest when you are tired. The mind will tell you when you are tired. It will signal you that it is time to rest. You should then obey it. When you do not obey the mind, you end up straining it. Leading to un-healthy conditions such as stress, anxieties and depression.

The mind needs to be fed with the right and appropriate meals. The brain is a vital organ of your body. It needs to function properly at all times. You’re eating habits should consist of meals rich in nutrients for the brain.

Nutrients such as Omega 3 fatty acids include Fish (Tilapia), flax seeds, kiwi fruit, butternuts, walnuts. Curcumin that curries turmeric spice. Flavonoids like Cocoa, green tea, citrus fruits, wine (higher in red wine), dark chocolate. (Fernando, 2008).

The State of Complete Social Well-being

You need to feel secure and have a sense of belonging in the society. Individually you must create that connection with others. Having a sense of belonging is a common experience. Belonging means acceptance as a member or part. Some find belonging in a church, some with friends, some with family, and some on Twitter or other social media. Some see themselves as connected only to one or two people. Others believe and feel a connection to all people. Some struggle to find a sense of belonging and their loneliness is physically painful for them (Hall, 2014)’

According to Maslow (1954), humans need to love and be loved – both sexually and non-sexually–by others. Health principals from the Bible to the Christian believers, speaks of having a peaceful heart that leads to a healthy body and compares jealousy to cancer in the bones.” Proverbs 14:30 (NLT).

What is having a peaceful heart? A heart that carries no worries, only thinks good of others, a heart that is not heavy with sadness – a heart with joy. Sometimes it is impossible to achieve all this at once. You’ve heard about we are humans, then, you are bound to worry and feel sad because of the many cares of the world. All the same, the choices you make in life matter and will highly contribute to your social well-being. Therefore, the state of your health will be determined by you paying considerable attention and opening your eyes to your body, mind and social wellbeing.


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Hall, K., (March 24, 2014). Create a sense of belonging. Finding ways to belong can help ease the pain of loneliness. Retrieved from

Maslow, A. (1954). A theory of human motivation. Psychological Review, 50, 370-396.

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World Health Organization (1946). Constitution of the World Health Organization as adopted by the International Health Conference. New York, 19–22 June 1946; signed on 22 July 1946.




Open Video Competition

Earn Ubricoin: Participate in an Open Video Competition



To create awareness of various use cases of blockchain, cryptocurrencies and cryptoeconomics

Ubricoin White Paper available at

Create a video depicting crypto-economic ecosystem created by Ubricoin. The video must help the viewer understand:

1. What is Ubricoin?
2. How does Ubricoin work?
3. How can one own Ubricoin?
4. How can one use Ubricoin?

The video must have a good illustration of the smart reward system described in Chapter 4 of Ubricoin white paper. Specifically, the video must illustrate how the following programs will operate:

• Primary school teachers reward program
• High school teachers reward program
• University teachers reward program
• Original academic research reward program
• Practitioner reward program
• Organizational reward program
• Consumer reward program

Criteria for Participation
This competition is open to everyone.

Where to Post
Post your video to your social media channel. Examples include:

• YouTube (preferred)
• Facebook
• Instagram
• Pinterest
• Twitter, etc.

Participants will receive rewards as follows:

• 1st Prize: 15,000 Ubricoins for at least 15,000 views of your video on a social media account.
• 2nd Prize: 10,000 Ubricoins for 10,001 to 15,000 views of your video on a social media account
• 3rd Prize: 5,000 Ubricoins for 5,001 to 10,000 views of your video on a social media account
• 4rd Prize: 2,500 Ubricoins for 2,501 to 5,000 views of your video on a social media account
• 5rd Prize: 1,000 Ubricoins for 1,000 to 2,500 views of your video on a social media account

Winners will be announced at Ubricoin Summit

Ubricoin Summit on High School Teachers Reward Program by Grace Gichura

Hello and welcome to Ubrica channel.

My name is Grace Gichura

Date: 21st and 22nd September 2018

Theme: A deep dive into the world of modern money, crypto currency and crypto economics.

Venue: At Leleshwa Getaway, Glass lane Nairobi

Time: 8:00am to 4:30pm

I would like to share with you about our smart contract incentives for knowledge and performance excellence.

We at Ubrica strive to create a health conscious community that rewards people who provide valuable contribution to knowledge in life-science and health production.

Ubricoin will build financial incentives that will ensure continuous throughput of scientific innovation in service of health production in the developing world. To be successful, Ubricoin will have to reward all stages of knowledge production.

The second reward program is: High School Teachers Reward Program (HSTRP)

Criteria to qualify for the smart rewards

  1. Attendance to class
  2. Quality of teaching
  3. Engaging students in practical work
  4. Number of students qualifying to university
  5. Use of Ubricoin for financial transactions
  6. Buying locally produced products on Soko Janja

Again the date will be 21st and 22nd September 2018 at Leleshwa Getaway Glass lane, Nairobi